CPA Commitments for year 2015
CPA has just finalized its commitments for year 2015 during its Performance Agreement Negotiation (PAN) with the Governance Commission for GOCCs (GCG) on 25 September 2014 at the Board Room, CPA Main Office, Cebu International Port Complex, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines.
The commitments for year 2015 are classified in accordance to several perspectives, namely: Social Impact, Client and Stakeholders, Financial, Internal Process, and Learning and Growth.
The first three perspectives are outcomes or results as seen from the vantage point of the public while the last two are from the vantage point of CPA as the driver or mover of the committed initiatives.
Among the 17 commitments of the CPA are: Increase in cargo and passenger statistics based in 2014 statistics, Upgrading of Passenger Terminal 2 (Pier 3), Pre-Development Stage of Construction of Passenger Terminals for Fast Crafts, Certification of ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System) and Certification of ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System). (Click here for the detailed 2015 Performance Scorecard).
The Performance Agreement was executed by the Cebu Port Commission, the governing body of the CPA, on the one hand and the officers from the GCG on the other.
The GCG panel was led by GCG Commissioner Rainier B. Butalid along with four other Governance Commission Officers while CPA was represented by CPC Vice Chair / CPA General Manager VADM Edmund C. Tan, Commissioner Tomas A. Riveral, Commissioner Benjamin C. Akol, Commissioner Joselito O. Pedaria, Commissioner Marino M. Fernan.
The Senior Management Team of CPA was also present during the negotiation.
In order to assure compliance of the commitments, the technical working groups (TWG) from GCG and CPA will periodically and regularly monitor the latter’s actual performances in reference to CPA’s targets and timelines committed.
This required scorecard for CPA as a Government Owned and Controlled Corporation (GOCC) is a manifestation of good governance and transparency to the public. It also ensures that the commitments of every GOCC are aligned with its strategic objectives and in accordance with its agency mandate, purposes and objectives, and the organizational mission and vision.